Sister Wives’ Christine Brown slammed for claiming some animals ‘should have drowned’
SISTER Wives star Christine Brown has come under fire for claiming certain animals “should have drowned” after being “left behind” from Noah’s Ark.
The controversial statement comes after she received backlash and apologized for using the Black Lives Matter movement to sell T-shirts.
Kody Brown’s third wife made the odd claim on her Facebook page on Saturday.
Christine, 48, wrote: “Let’s be honest, I trust God but I think some animals should have been left behind! Post photos of animals you think should have drowned!”
One follower wrote: “There's not one animal I would have left behind.”
A second said: “Every creature has a purpose, I couldn’t drown any living thing.”
One Reddit user fired: “This is so weird...has a sadistic feel to it, like she wants to watch animals drown. And apparently butterflies, turtles, and ladybugs are the scourge of the Earth.”
Another commented: “Animals that should have drowned?! Christine is losing it.”
A user said: “The word drown just felt super harsh to me... like wtf?”
One wrote: “Honestly, my first thought was: She's really posting THIS after her BLM post fiasco and the nationwide rise in coronavirus hospitalizations?
“Like learn to read the room, or get one of your kids to help.”
Just last week, Christine was slammed by followers for using the BLM movement, which fights racial inequality, injustice and police brutality, to promote the LuLaRoe tops.
She captioned a photo wearing a shirt that read “Perfectly Imperfect:” "Our world is crazy right now!
"This year has been SO HARD so far! From fires to looting to killing to shaming. It seems like being 'perfectly imperfect' fits for all of us though. No matter how we stand politically or socially.
"I wish this was a world where we could all have honor and trust and hey, a lot more love would be awesome too! # becauseoflularoe # lularoeretailer # lovinlife # perfectlyimperfect.”
Christine shut the comments off when she started to receive backlash.
Another said: "Wtf does Lularoe have to do with anything?”
A third wrote: "Perfectly performative, perfectly missing the point, perfectly privileged."
She then apologized by posting on Instagram: "Working out is hard. Saying sorry is hard. Admitting you were wrong is hard. Saying # blacklivesmatter✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿 isn’t hard!! Let’s say it and LIVE IT! BLACK LIVES MATTER!!”